Seems like the leaks on the BlackBerry Priv is in full swing, with a popular leakster, Leaksfly, leaking out its purported RRP. According to him, the BlackBerry Priv is to be priced at 3,999 Yuan in China which converts to USD$630 or SGD$885. At this price, would you consider getting it? Continue reading
The BlackBerry Priv has officially been announced, and will probably be coming soon and yet, specifications are still being rumoured here and there. Today, the guys over at N4BB has brought some solid evidence that the BlackBerry Priv’s 18 megapixel camera will indeed have 4K recording capabilities. Furthermore, it will be packed with a Snapdragon 808 processor and Adreno 418 GPU, so get your wallets and memory cards ready! Continue reading
Last week, BlackBerry made two announcements about its client list. This time, its Airbus Group and PSA Peugeot Citroen, whom both have opted with BES12 for their Enterprise Mobility management software. They aren’t the only one’s but they are the big ones that BlackBerry should really triumph about. Continue reading
After the official announcement, BlackBerry has now released the first images of the upcoming BlackBerry-Android Device: BlackBerry Priv. BlackBerry are releasing small tidbits of the BlackBerry Priv slowly and have promised to release the official specifications soon. With curved screens and a sliding keyboard, is this unique offering attractive enough? Continue reading
Despite the launch of the first Android Flagship for BlackBerry, BlackBerry says that they are still committed to BlackBerry 10. As such, they are still working on it and will deliver the next update – BlackBerry OS 10.3.3 – in a few months. More specifically, March 2016. Continue reading
BlackBerry’s CEO has officially announced the BlackBerry Priv today, which is essentially the BlackBerry Slider or codenamed `Venice` that we all know it as. Powered with the higher-end Qualcomm Snapdragon processor (than the BlackBerry Passport), and dropping the BlackBerry 10 operating system in favor of Android in this iteration of the device, it keeps a massive touchscreen with the keyboard. In addition, BNN has had an exclusive interview/hands on with the device captured on video with BlackBerry CEO John Chen.
The time for the launch of BlackBerry Slider or `Venice` is coming closer day by day (though the official date has yet to be announced) and with all the leaks recently, the time should really be near. However, that said, these are just code names and nicknames we have given it but what about the official product (launch) name? According to @evleaks, it should be BlackBerry Priv.
At retail, Venice transforms into the… BlackBerry Priv
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) September 23, 2015
Earlier today, BlackBerry congratulated the Mercedes AMG Petronas and Lewis Hamilton on twitter. In their photo, there was a familiar sight tucked away in a corner. Whilst it is not clear, the shape was distinctive. Continue reading
BlackBerry has just announced that it has acquired a rivaling firm – Good Technologies. At an acquisition price of USD$425 Million, this further reinforces BlackBerry’s focus on the enterprise market. This will definitely help BlackBerry to grow as a service-oriented company and hence, helping to rake in better revenue. Continue reading